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Regenerative Tech: Slow Down & Mend Things

10 design lenses for building regenerative technologies that repair our fragmented world—and why we need ‘embodied wisdom’ to wield them properly

N.B. There are topics within this piece that have many detailed discernments that this short-form medium does not afford the space to go into (I do in

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Embodied wisdom for life, love, and leadership—at the intersection of social change, science, wisdom, and a regenerative futurew

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Nick Seneca Jankel

Nick Seneca Jankel

Transformational Leadership, Innovation & Systemic Change; Professional Keynote Speaker; Regenerative Futurist—Architect of Bio-Transformation Theory & Practice

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